Triceratops but bigger (Creature file #11)

Time for another creature file! For today creature, we’re doing a ceratopsian that appears in Path of Titans, a game that you can play as herbivores and Carnivores, and coming soon Aquatic and Pterosaurs. Please welcome the Eotriceratops.

Rarity: Common

Health: 3980

Damage: 1010

Speed: 113

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Decelerating Strike

Dig in

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Possible hybrid: Eotriboa, Fuse with Eotriceratops and Titanoboa gen 2

Rarity: Epic

Health: 4250

Attack: 1000

Speed: 112

Armor: 20%

Critical: 20%

Moves

Shielding Decelerating Strike

Precise Impact

Dig in

Rampage

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike and Immune to Distraction

Trivia
  • Eotriceratops means “Dawn Three-Horned Face”.

  • Eotriceratops is known only from its skull, which was about 10 feet (3 meters) long. Estimates of the overall size of the animal vary from about 30 to 40 feet (9 to 12.2 meters).

  • Compare to a size of a Triceratops, Eotriceratops is a little bit larger than its relatives.

Can you guess the next creature?

Toothbrush

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Pterodaustro?

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Hey everyone. In my next creature file, I’ll be doing creature file number 12 and 13 together in one post. Number 12 is the upcoming creature, while 13 is a creature that’s not in my list. I want you guys to choose what creature should I do mix with Toothbrush. The one with the most vote is going to be with the creature. See ya around!

  • Gerrothorax
  • Mastodon
  • Platyhystrix
  • Struthiomimus
  • Zuniceratops

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Correct, my dude

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Haha toothbrush, the perfect name for that pterosaur

is it weird that I compare Pterodaustro with a lesser flamingo

No why?

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Struthiomimus is a winner. It’ll be creature file number 13, while Pterodaustro is creature file number 12. It’s coming really soon. Stay tuned